CCIB 2020 Annual Retreat Best Poster Winners

The Center for Computational and Integrative Biology at Rutgers-Camden is pleased to announce the winners for the 2020 Annual Retreat Best Poster Contest. MS category: Jesse Sandberg (Brannigan Lab) Junior PhD category: Siddharth Bhadra-Lobo (Lamoureux Lab) Runner-up: Stacy Love (Salas Lab) and Zheming An (Piccoli Lab) Senior PhD category: Chris Sottolano (Yakoby Lab) Congratulations to … Continue reading CCIB 2020 Annual Retreat Best Poster Winners

Assistant Professor Angélica González receives NSF CAREER Award

CCIB Faculty Member Dr. Angélica González (Biology) was selected as a recipient of the prestigious NSF CAREER Award. This award provides a five years’ funding, a total of $925,000, to support her research of “Integrating Neoecological and Paleoecological Approaches to Exploring the Effects of Climate Change on Arthropod Diversity and Community Structure“. They will integrate … Continue reading Assistant Professor Angélica González receives NSF CAREER Award

CCIB PhD Student Nidhi Sheth awarded Graduate Research Fellowship from NIJ

CCIB PhD Student Nidhi Sheth (Grgicak Lab) won the Graduate Research Fellowship from National Institute of Justice (NIJ) to work on “Selectively analyzing and interpreting DNA from multiple donors with a full Single-Cell strategy.” This fellowship provides three years of tuition, full stipend, and other research expenses (combined up to $50k/year). Congratulations!

Associate Professor David Salas-de la Cruz awarded NSF Grant

CCIB Associate Professor Dr. David Salas-de la Cruz (Chemistry, Graduate Program Director) was awarded a five-year, $4,600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation CMMI. It is a multi university effort with University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, Rowan University and Rutgers-Camden. Professor Dr. Shu Yang from University of Pennsylvania is the Principal Investigator. Congratulations to you all!

CCIB Professor Hao Zhu awarded NIH grant

CCIB Faculty Member Dr. Hao Zhu (Chemistry) received a 2.78 million R01 grant from National Institute of Health (NIH). This five-year project aims to develop novel mechanism-driven Virtual Adverse Outcome Pathway (vAOP) models for the fast and accurate assessment of hepatotoxicity in a high-throughput manner. Congratulatioins!

CCIB 2019 Best Student Paper Award Winners

The Center for Computational and Integrative Biology at Rutgers-Camden is pleased to announce two winners for the 2019 CCIB Best Student Paper Awards.   Tied for first place: Gabriele Skidmore (Klein Lab) Caulobacter crescentus Adapts to Phosphate Starvation by Synthesizing Anionic Glycoglycerolipids and a Novel Glycosphingolipid. MBio Ruchi Lohia (Brannigan Lab) Sequence specificity despite intrinsic … Continue reading CCIB 2019 Best Student Paper Award Winners